Jim Davidson is playing the Comedy Bunker at Ruislip Golf Range, Ickenham Road on July 3rd.
Very few comedians could turn the worst year of their life into a resounding success. Fresh from winning the most successful ever series of Big Brother by a landslide, comedy king Jim Davidson has done exactly that.
No Further Action will see Jim tell the story of his arrest and the nightmare 12 months that followed, the clearing of his name and winning the heart of the nation all over again. It promises to be the most outrageous, hilarious and insightful show Jim has ever performed, but most of all it will be the truth.
The show will be approx 1h 15mins and will run straight through, with no intervals.
A Hillingdon Police officer accused of using his police-issue phone to call chat-lines appeared on bail at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
PC Andrew Kirkland, a former Safer Neighbourhoods Team (SNT) officer in Ickenham, was charged with one count of theft by employee and two counts of fraud by abuse of position on May 20.
The theft is alleged to have taken place on October 2, 2013, with the fraud counts allegedly committed between March and October last year.
During his appearance on Wednesday, May 28, according to Court News UK, the court heard how Mr Kirkland, 34, stole cash from his office and charged London's stretched police force more than £1000 to refuel his own car.
Using a Met Police fuel card, the officer allegedly filled up his car for free 21 times, including twice in one day.
Suspicions were raised since Metropolitan Police vehicles all use diesel, triggering a 'fuel audit' that uncovered his alleged offences, committed whilst on and off duty.
In 2009 the constable helped to discover more than 400 cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £50,000 when the Ickenham SNT raided a house in Edinburgh Drive, Ickenham.
The officer was arrested on October 3, 2013 and remains suspended from the Met. He has been granted bail and will next appear at Southwark Crown Court on Wednesday, June 11.